In this post, you will find great Holocaust Quotes from famous people, such as Ruth Westheimer, Yair Lapid, Gary Johnson, Andrzej Duda, Jens Martin Skibsted. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.
I will never agree
as a nation participated in the Holocaust or Poland
participated in the Holocaust. It humiliates us and hurts
Trivializing the Holocaust is the last thing I want to do.
Since the Holocaust, anti-Semitism is no longer respectable
. It was in the 1920s and ’30s, but the Holocaust obviously
I always, always have the Holocaust on my mind
The only way
you can handle big kinds
is to simply
state briefly what the truth was. What am I going to tell you about the Holocaust? Would you like three pages
about it? I don’t think you would… I don’t think anything different
than you think – it was horrible.
My grandparents got out of Poland right before the Holocaust and came here, and the only thing that mattered
I have a little hope
that the nuclear holocaust doesn’t happen.
There are Jews who were born in Poland before World War II and survived the Holocaust, who think Poland and the Poles deserve
There must be people who remember World War II and the Holocaust who can help
us get out of this rut
How do you talk about the Holocaust? How do you talk about slavery? Probably the best thing to do is just be quiet
from it, forget about it. Except
up and bites
you. Because it’s there.
I have not changed my opinion
that the Holocaust is a trauma
of European civilization.
will be made
and should be made as long as we can’t understand what makes
people so cruel
Every two, three years there is a movie
about the Holocaust because they want you to remember and they want you to be reminded
of what it was. When was the last time
you seen a movie about slavery?
The whole Indian
thing, I always say it’s really the American holocaust. It’s something we need
to look at.
My father is sure
that Israel keeps
the Holocaust from happening again. I worry
that it might hasten its recurrence.
When somebody says
that six million people died
in the Holocaust, there is nobody
in the world who can understand that. It’s only through story, reading books
by Elie Wiesel or Primo Levi, that you really begin to understand the trauma and how horrible it actually was.
There is nothing that compares
to the Holocaust.
I grew up in Brooklyn
, and my parents were Holocaust survivors, so they never taught me anything about nature
, but they taught me a lot about gratitude
The Holocaust was an obscene period
in our nation’s history. I mean in this century
‘s history. But we all lived
in this century. I didn’t live
in this century.
You can talk about Holocaust denial, but it’s really marginal
for the most part. What is compelling about the Armenian genocide
, is how it has been forgotten.
even weren’t allowed
to say there was a Holocaust and people were being killed right, left and center
in these terrible
It seems unavoidable
that history will always link
the reestablishment of the State of Israel with the tragedy of the Holocaust.
, we just ask You to open
, wide arms
and look down upon us, Lord
, and lead
us, and let us
know what we should do to stop this, this terrible, terrible holocaust.
One of the truly horrible things
about the Holocaust is that it doesn’t end in 1945. It keeps affecting
in the way we think, and it will affect the way our children see the world.
There is no way a non-Jew could say what I did in ‘The Holocaust Industry’ without being labelled a Holocaust denier. I am labelled a Holocaust denier, too.
My family kept its history to itself. On the plus
side, I didn’t have to hear nightmarish stories about the Holocaust, the pogroms, terrible illnesses
deaths. My elderly
parents never even spoke
about their ailments.
that people don’t deny the Holocaust, and we can’t ignore the tragedy of another
God must have been on leave
during the Holocaust.
Never to forget the Holocaust was not only against Jews. It was mostly against Jews but it was also against homosexuals, gypsies and, let’s not forget, people with disability.
, nobody talked
about the Holocaust. It wasn’t until the ’50s that people started talking
To see the faces
and hear the voices
of victims of the Holocaust – one of the darkest chapters
in history – was an experience I will never forget.
with history, especially WWII and the Jews in Europe during the Holocaust.
We do a lot of shows for young people
who have probably never been to the theater
before and they are learning
about the Holocaust, which unhappily, many of them do not know about.
The Holocaust story has been told and retold so many times.
The President of Iran has called for the destruction of Israel and the West and has even denied
the holocaust took place. Iran and its terrorist arm Hezbollah are responsible
for the current conflicts
between Israel and Lebanon
in the 20th century was fueled
by the Holocaust, which destroyed
most of the European Jewish community. The migration
made the United States the home of the largest
Jewish population in the world.